Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving everyone

Just a short note to all "Scott Says" readers today -- thanks so much for reading this blog and The Observer either online or in print. I am very thankful for you -- without readers, after all, none of us in the newspaper business would have a job. There is nothing a writer appreciates more than someone reading his stuff.

You guys are great. Have a fine Thanksgiving and forget about the Panthers' problems for at least 24 hours -- it will make that second piece of pumpkin pie go down a lot easier.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Scott, hope your day is a great one.

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.

Anonymous said...

No problem there.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
Pass the pie, please.

Fred said...

Keep up the great work! Happy Thanksgiving right back at you!

Anonymous said...

Happy thanksgiving everyone

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Lynne Stevenson said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Scott! Hope you and your family had a safe and peaceful Thanksgiving surrounded by lots of friends and family...

Curtis said...

Scott, to you and the other regular posters like Jen (and, well, most others have disappeared on us!)...Happy Thanksgiving!

Panthers4life said...

Enjoy reading your columns and a happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving Scott. I have both the hard copy of the CO and I read on line as well. Have to support. =0)

Cobrabitn

Michael Bacon said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Scott. While I'm writing, I have to ask what you think of the possibility of getting Jeff Fisher here next year. He certainly looks like he's on his way out in Tennessee. I think he's the Panthers' dream coach.

FYI said...

With Browns rookie quarterback Colt McCoy in a walking boot and nursing a high ankle sprain, Jake Delhomme will start against his former Panthers team Sunday. What makes this even more intriguing is that Cleveland is paying Delhomme $7 million this season while Carolina is paying him $12.75 million. So the Panthers will be paying Delhomme more than the team he is trying to help lead to a victory. But Delhomme could help Carolina in a roundabout way; he could do even more to help the Panthers lock up the draft's No. 1 overall pick.

Anonymous said...

Does anybody really believe StPierre really hurt his arm last week thowing a pass? What a phucking joke and even bigger joke to start that sorry punk Clausen.
And last season Jake suddenly hurt his little finger so he didnt start last 4 games and was then traded?
liars liars pants on fire .....